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The Washington Township Board of Trustees met in Regular Session on May 5, 2014, at 7:30 <br />p.m. at the Washington Township Government Center, 8200 McEwen Road. President <br />Paulson opened the meeting and Boy Scout Troop 116 led the Pledge of Allegiance. <br />FISCAL OFFICER'S BUSINESS <br />IMen- <br />INTRODUCTION OF THE WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT'S EXPLORER <br />PROGRAM BY SHAMAN SHARMA <br />Mr. Sharma has been with the fire department since September 6, 2007 and, in recent years, <br />has taken over the Explorer Program. For those who do not know about the program, he <br />indicated it is like a cadet program. They give youth from ages 14 to 21 experiences in fire <br />service. This program gives them incite on the culture and skills used. The Explorers receive <br />a lot of hands on experience. Mr. Sharma thanked the Trustees for their support and thanked <br />the Fire Chief who makes everything possible for them. <br />Mr. Sharma introduced the Explorers in attendance: Austin Spears, John Kirby, Justin <br />Althouse, and Meagan Haas. He then introduced advisors including: Steve Jensen, Adam <br />Conley, Lt. Scott Radcliffe, John Granby, Theodore "Tad" Parks, and Fire Chief Bill Gaul. <br />PROCLAMATION — OHIO ARTS DAY <br />A proclamation was read by Mrs. Young and presented by Mr. Paulson and Mr. Berry to Mark <br />Metzger, for Ohio Arts Day, which will be observed on May 21 st by the Ohio Arts Council and <br />the Ohio Citizens for the Arts Foundation. It was proclaimed that May 21 st is to be celebrated <br />as Ohio Arts Day in recognition of the important contribution that the arts make to our <br />community. <br />Ashley Shamp, Montana Iverson, and Gwyn Burton talked about how much they enjoy being a <br />part of Town Hall Theatre and how it has changed their lives by making them more confident <br />and by helping them find new lifetime friends. They thanked everyone for giving them the <br />opportunity to be part of Town Hall Theatre. <br />CITIZEN CONCERNS <br />None. <br />LIQUOR PERMIT <br />Captain Papanek is in receipt of application #7395374 for a new liquor permit for Riski LLC, <br />dba Rocks with a Twist & Patio, located at 507 Miamisburg - Centerville Road in Washington <br />Township. Captain Papanek has reviewed the application and sees no reason to object. No <br />action taken. <br />CONSENT AGENDA <br />All matters under the Consent Agenda are considered by the Board of Trustees to be routine <br />and will be enacted by one motion. Any Trustee may remove an item from the Consent <br />Agenda by request. No second is required for removal of an item. Items removed for separate <br />discussion will be considered after the motion to approve the Consent Agenda. <br />5/05/14 Pagel <br />
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